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. not just the old coverage dusted off like the interview with dick cheney from 2000 where he said he did not regret the vote calling him a terrorist but even people like dick clean can say, we lost a great man is a great story. >> still to come, the come unfortunate -- columnist is fighting back about releasing documents of edward snowden. [ tires screech ] ♪ [ male announcer ] 1.21 gigawatts. today, that's easy. ge is revolutioning power. supercharging turbines with advanced hardware and innovative software. using data predictively to help power entire cities. so the turbines of today... will power us all... into the future. ♪ you will lose three sets of keys, four cell phones, seven socks, and six weeks of sleep. but one thing you don't want to lose is any more teeth. if you wear a partial, you are almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth. poligrip and polident for partials seal and protect helps minimize stress, which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. and clean and protect kills odor-causing bacteria. care for your partial. help protect your natu
dusted off like the interview with dick cheney from 2000 where he said he did not regret the vote calling him a terrorist but even people like dick clean can say, we lost a great man is a great story. >> still to come, the come unfortunate -- columnist is fighting back about releasing t" headquarters. now back to howie and media buzz here on fox. >>> glenn greenwald has been a lightning rod for controversy since he obtained those secret nsa documents from edward snowden. he's backing a media company and running into harsh criticism from those who believe he's unfairly profiting from his access to snowden. joining us is glenn greenwald. respond to your critics you retrieved this huge trove of documents and privatizing them by selling home to a rich guy. >> that's completely idiotic. the way journalism works sources come to journalists they trust. you have an agreement how you report it. in order to do adversarial journalism you need editor, technology and other tools that let you do journalism. in order to create a new media organization devoted to adrsarial journalism we sought funding fr
on the public stage. >> dick cheney came do a fundraiser for liz and he has emerged on the side of liz cheney. what is sad about that is that it is on the side of careerism, of helping her win a senate seat, when the very soul of his daughter mary is involved and at one time he was with mary on this issue. >> ahead of his own president. >> he said in his statement, don't confuse liz's compassion for mary with support for gay marriage. that was the worst thing that a dad could say. oh, liz feels sorry for mary. he is a politician at heart and he wants the senate seat. >> it is sad but i thank you. it is never sad with you guys here. take you for watching. we will see you next week. >> "political capital" is a production of bloomberg television. ♪ .. ♪ >> i am deirdre bolton. welcome to "money moves weekend," where we bring you some of the best interviews of the week. our focus is on alternative assets -- places investors are putting their money outside of traditional stocks and bonds. we talk to experts in the world of private equity, venture- capital, and much more about where they see op
in the house. including dick cheney. in fact, then-congressman cheney voted against sanctions for south africa at least ten times. during the '80s. but even years later he said he had no regrets. when cheney was running for vice president in 2000, he justified those votes by saying, quote, the african national congress was then viewed as a terrorist organization. i don't have any problems at all with the vote i cast 20 years ago. back then republicans like dick cheney and ronald reagan were on the wrong side of history and on issue after issue today. immigration, gay rights, health care, inequality. republicans are on the wrong side of history once again. joining me now is karen finney. thanks for being here tonight. >> good to be with you. >> karen, this isn't ancient history. as recently as 2003, the right wing national review magazine was blasting mandela for his, quote, vicious anti-americanism. and his, quote, praise for terrorists. do these conservatives think we've just forgotten what they've said about mandela over the years? >> and i think they've all forgotten history. if i'm not mis
here is watching it play out on the public stage. >> dick cheney came do a fundraiser for liz and he has emerged on the side of liz cheney. what is sad about that is that it is on the side of careerism, of helping her win a senate seat, when the very soul of his daughter mary is involved and at one time he was with mary on this issue. >> ahead of his own president. >> he said in his statement, don't confuse liz's compassion for mary with support for gay marriage. that was the worst thing that a dad could say. oh, liz feels sorry for mary. he is a politician at heart and he wants the senate seat. >> it is sad but i thank you. it is never sad with you guys here. take you for watching. we will see you next week. >> "political capital" is a production of bloomberg television. ♪ >> i am deirdre bolton. welcome to "money moves weekend," where we bring you some of the best interviews of the week. our focus is on alternative assets -- places investors are putting their money outside of traditional stocks and bonds. we talk to experts in the world of private equity, venture- capital, and mu
on the public stage. >> dick cheney came to do a fundraiser for liz and he has emerged on the side of liz cheney. what is sad about that is that it is on the side of careerism, of helping her win a senate seat, when the very soul of his daughter mary is involved and at one time he was with mary on this issue. >> ahead of his own president. >> he said in his statement, don't confuse liz's compassion for mary with support for gay marriage. that was the worst thing that a dad could say. oh, liz feels sorry for mary. he is a politician at heart and he wants the senate seat. >> it is sad but i thank you. it is never sad with you guys here. take you for watching. we will see you next week. >> "political capital" is a production of bloomberg television. ♪ >> the sochi games are fast approaching and the race is on to market the world's best athletes. >> it is important for us to activate pre-the olympics. >> if i do well, i will get my face on a box. >> could the race for the national championship get any more exciting? just wait for the anticipated playoffs. we are taken inside the workings of the ne
's an enemy of the country in my opinion, dick cheney is. he's an enemy of the country. lord, take him to the promised land, will you? i don't wish the guy goes to hell. i just want him out of here. do you know what they are talking about? like this right wing slut, laura ing graham? yeah, she's a talk slut. >> he thinks god ordained and supports obama care. built on lies. >> what do they have in common, all these people? they believe in personal insults against conservatives. they lie with impunity and say things like somebody should defecate in sarah palin's mouth. do you know something? nobody at the top of nbc has yet to apologize for that statement. bill griffin, it's been 20 dais and you haven't apologized. >> are you proud of that? brian williams, tom brokaw? are you proud? coming up, the next legal challenge for obama care. the state of oklahoma sued the administration, the attorney general of the state is here to explain why. and your choice for tonight's video of the day coming up. ya know, with new fedex one rate you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. i didn't know the
-apartheid movement. it's just not true. >> this came up in 2000 when dick cheney was nominated to be the vice presidential candidate. and he was asked on this program by tim russert about opposing even a resolution to call for mandela's being freed. this is what cheney said then. >> well, certainly i would have loved to have nelson mandela released. i don't know anybody who was sffor keeping him in prison. again, this was a resolution of the american congress, so it wasn't as though if we passed it he was going to be let out of prison. it had another provision. it required the recognition of the anc, which at the time advocated violence in south africa. my recollection is the reagan administration opposed it and i supported the administration. >> tom? >> everything was happening at warp speed. that's one of the things you have to remember. we were going from the pitch cold war to these extraordinary changes that were going on not just behind the soviet union but in the satellite states as well. then in south africa, you had the additional pressure, as reverend sharpton points out, that grew r
they forget that dick cheney wanted to put him on the terrorist list and insisted he stay there. that ronald reagan resisted. he said on the one hand that else in. mandela should be released, but he depended on a white supremacist government to reform itself from within. >> and the issue, mar where? >> when will you ever get tired of beating up on darth vader, who said nelson mandela is a good man. as we saw in the earlier segment, it was a complicated situation. the anc was a terrorist organization at one point. he has since said great things about nelson mandela. i like that what's been said about nelson mandela is said in the same way the pope said what he did. forgiveness and redemption. the pope's widely misinterpreted. and mischaracterized statements. it's active engagement. taking care of each other with solidarity and subsidiary. >> when you say about accusing darth vader, so to speak. this is not just about rhetoric. this is the policy that prevented the anc -- when they had the feet on the neck of nelson mandela -- >> he said, let's forgive. let's forgive dick cheney. let's forgive
themselves on the wrong side of history was wyoming krg congressman and future vice president dick cheney. he voted against the measure repeatedly that year. and stuck to that position. in 2000 he said he had no regrets opposing the measure. >>> last night, fox television bill o'reilly and rick santorum took a weirdly different approach in assessing nelson mandela's legacy. >> i spent some time in south africa. he was a communist, this man. >> yeah. >> he was a communist. all right? but he was a great man. what he did for his people was stunning. the sacrifices that he made. he could have repudiated and got out of that prison. he wouldn't do it. he was a great man. but he was a communist. >> you're right. i mean, what he was advocating for was not necessarily the right answer, but he was fighting against some great injustice. i would make the argument we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever-increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people's lives. and obama care is front and center in that. >> what o'reilly said there is 180 from what
's show, dick cheney, and mario lopez. we'll see you, everyone. >> that's a show. >>> and a fox extreme weather alert this morning. a deadly winter storm blasting western and southern states with frigid temperatures, snow, rain, sleet, and ice. you name it, they're getting it. the cold weather chaos. leaving icy roads and power outages. stretching from texas to the rockies, temperatures expected to reach only about 10 degrees today. in much of the midwest. the storms also causing massive flight cancellations across our country, as travel conditions are worsening by the hour, both in the air and on the roads. now, the storm is moving east. it's causing big problems all along the way, and we're going to bring you a full forecast and what you need to know before you leave the house today. you know who will do that for us, our own j.d. and more on that nasty storm system shortly, but we're going to begin now with new reaction to president obama's remarks at a forum on mideast policy yesterday. good morning, everyone. i'm jamie colby. great to have you along for this new hour of america's ne
states dick cheney. busy 3 hours kicks off in minutes right here on your channel for news. >>> it is about ten minutes till the top of the hour. a utah man swims one mile for charity, one mile but it was in icy waters of the great salt lake. fewer than 100 people worldwide braved the 37 degree water. gordon gridly, only the 13th american. for safety a kayaker followed him all long and an e.m.t. waited on the shore. he said he did the swim to raise money for the utah food bank. >> this is something i do for fun but there's people that have to deal with the cold that don't enjoy it. >> gridly says the worst part was getting out and warming up. >>> a new study revealing people who are addicted to their phones are less likely to be happy. the study shows those who cannot resist answering your phone calls and your texts are more likely to suffer anxiety. researchers found users felt the obligation to keep in constant touch with friends. they had difficulty disconnecting from social media sites. ainsley. >> thank you, heather. britain's got talent star and singer susan boyle rev
attacks and numerous serious procedures. now former vice president dick cheney talking obamacare, calling the medical device tax one of the dumbest ideas ever. he joins us live coming up. >>> yep. and also coming up, we have to kill eagles in order to save them? how is the official policy of the u.s. government changing? challenger, the bald eagle, joins us next to speak openly about it. >>> the symbol of our nation is flying into dangerous territory. green energy farms may be getting a free pass for killing bald eagles straight from the obama administration. joining us to weigh in is al from the american eagle foundation and challenger, the bald eagle. good morning to you. >> hey, good morning, steve. how are you today? >> i'm doing okay, although i'm a little puzzled by this new thing that the obama administration has finalized, a rule to give energy companies permits for wind farms that wind up killing bald eagles. explain how this would work. >> first off, i think this is appalling and outrageous. i don't think it's good conservation policy. i think this is a lot of politics and belie
named dick cheney. even after mandela was freed from prison and elected president of south africa in 1994, u.s. leaders from frequently suspicious of him. during the clinton administration mandela praised cuba's communist dictator fidel castro and referred to libyan dictator muammar qaddafi as a friend. president bush said the iraq war was about liberation. mandela said all bush wanted was iraqi oil. now the flags in washington have been lowered to half-staff. the icon, whose legacy was at times considered a subversive threat. >> u.s. administration always seemed tread very carefully with mandela. and many officials who served as president throughout the years are even more delicate saying this is not the time to r relitigate those old conflicts. >> for more on the mood in south africa let's go to my colleague, mike hannah. he is in soweto, and it's great to sue you. how would you describe the mood on that street in that neighborhood this evening? >> well, it's a very strange mixture, tony. it's a deep sadness among many here. but there is also an insistence that there must be a c
as a terrorist group and dick cheney voted against a resolution to release nelson mandela so this was all happening around the world. >> right. i think peter's point that south africa's transition was facilitated by the end of the cold war is extremely important. but it's also extremely important to remember that in the 1980s, a global anti-apartheid movement arose during the cold war in which people in america and europe said we're not going to see south africa in purely cold arrest terms. we're not going to accept ronald reagan's -- the anc because we called ate communist organization. i think the willingness to look at south africa beyond cold arrest terms even when the cold war was raging in the neigh years. >> when you talked to nelson mandela, did you find that he -- had he forgiven the west for, you know, having mostly for the most part sided against the anc? >> i think in my conversations with him, he forgive the west, yes, and he realized that a huge amount of learnings we can pick up from western leaders and in deed we did pick up a huge amount of learnings. i think for example,
was future vice president dick cheney. he voted against the measure repeatedly that year. in 2000 he said he had no regrets opposing the measure. >>> last night, fox television bill o'reilly and rick santorum took a weirdly different approach in assessing nelson mandela's legacy. >> i spent some time in south africa. he was a communist, this man. >> yeah. >> he was a communist. all right? but he was a great man. what he did for his people was stunning. the sacrifices that he made. he could have repudiated and got out of that prison. he wouldn't do it. he was a great man. but he was a communist. >> you're right. i mean, what he was advocating for was not necessarily the right answer, but he was fighting against some great injustice. i would make the argument we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever-increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people's lives. and obama care is front and center in that. >> what o'reilly said there is 180 from what others said as the first president of south africa, he leaned too much toward corporate leaders
's policies. listen to former vice president dick cheney this morning -- just this morning on fox. listen to this. >> the same people that brought us you can keep your insurance if you want are telling us they've got a great deal in iran with respect to their nuclear program. i don't believe it. >> i mean, what does iran have to do with health care? what is he talking about? >> this man wants to take money away from americans for health care and put it into one more unnecessary law. and do you know how outrageous that is? not only was he responsible for lying us into the iraq war, he has a taxpayer funded new heart. our tax dollars have kept him alive to the tune of millions of dollars over the years, but he's mocking the president for covering more americans and also mocking him for avoiding war. i would say that new heart is actually not working very well. >> well, it's all about stopping the president. i mean, the gop's opposition to health care is all about that. i mean, texas attorney general greg abbott said i go into the office, sue barack obama, and then i go home. this is how he
be covered. earlier this morning on "fox & friends" former vice president dick cheney said the long list of issues with the law is evidence that the government should stay out of personal health care. take a listen. >> the idea that the government that can't bring us a website that will function effectively is now also going to deliver a better health care system, i just find ridiculous. if you can't design and run a website, what the heck are you doing messing with the health care system of the united states? jenna: peter doocy is live in washington with more on this story and has been looking at the website since it launched, peter. what can customers do today and see today they couldn't on launch day? >> reporter: jenna it is very easy to see your deductible and out-of-pocket costs right next to your potential premium and that information is available for the first time on one screen after just answering a few simple questions about where you live, and how old you are. so that's new. but there are still big problems with the website because one in 10 consumers are still encountering e
in the house voted to sustain reagan's veto of the sanctions bill a. republican from wyoming dick cheney was one of them. 27 republicans voted to sustain them. babcock ran of mississippi. there were plenty of votes. sanctions did go into effect. but for some on the right, nelson mandela remained a punching bag. >> we didn't meet with one representative of the african national congress. the anc. you know, bishop tutu's crowd which has orchestrated and financed by the soviet union. willie mandela, winnie mandela the wife of mandela has boasted we have the tears, we have the gasoline and we have the matches. that's the way these folks orchestrated by the soviet union act and the new york times and the washington post and cbs and abc and nbc and the rest of the big media and a liberal politician, mr. kennedy and the rest that, i say we got to deal with these folk. we got to meet with them. i say, be loaloney. >> it's understandably maddening right now. you want to think back to all of that, how many leaders in this country dragged their feet and made excuses in the face of south africa's apa
on a mechanical bull right behind us. >> come on. here we go. >> donald trump on tomorrow's show, dick cheney, and mario lopez. we'll see you, everyone. >> that's a show. >>> and a fox extreme weather alert this morning. a deadly winter storm blasting western and southern states with frigid temperatures, snow, rain, sleet, and ice. you name it, they're getting it. the cold weather chaos. leaving icy roads and power outages. stretching from texas to the rockies, temperatures expected to reach only about 10 degrees today. in much of the midwest. the storms also causing massive flight cancellations across our country, as travel conditions are worsening by the hour, both in the air and on the roads. now, the storm is moving east. it's causing big problems all along the way, and we're going to bring you a full
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